Friday, July 25, 2014

Disney Junior Big Book of Fun Can Solve the I'm Bored's This Summer!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book, free of charge, from Parragon Book Buddies Blogger Program, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

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We've got less than a month to go, before Back to School.

How about you?

Kids driving you nuts?

Reached your zenith of activities and just tuckered out, 
but don't want to put the kids fronting the TV all day?

How about something that keeps their brains happy and working,
but feeds their TV character rush?

Here is your solution:

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Step into the adventurous world of Disney Junior characters! Play beach volleyball with Jake and the Never Land Pirates, have a drawing lesson with Doc McStuffins, and set the table for a royal banquet with Sofia the First. With over 170 pages of stories, activities, games, and crafts!

For Miss Grace, this has turned into a reward book, for keeping up with her daily work sheets and keeping up the good beahvior! She loves seeing her favorite characters like Sofia and Doc:

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The book is aimed more at ages 4-8, with easy activities like those above, selecting which comes first and what instrument for which ailment, and below:

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Picking the colors of the rainbow and selecting the right shadows, 
are great cognitive working skills!

There are also harder ones, that require reading, and counting like the ones below with Jake and Doc.

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We also use the older activities as a branch off for writing (on a separate piece of paper) the answers, 
and working on spelling and handwriting. It's always great when you can add learning into fun activities!

All in all, this book is a great way to break up the Summer routine for your kids!
Miss Grace loves it and gives it a high five!

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1 comment:

  1. looks neat! thanks for sharing! my daughter is 4 and we want her to have a lot less screen time, too.


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